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The Vampire Who Played Dead: Two years ago, a woman is murdered in cold blood. Now a son she'd given up for adoption returns to claim his inheritance. To verify his claim, a DNA test is ordered. Except there's one problem. Her grave is empty. Now hired to find the missing body, Spinoza will follow a set of clues that leads him to the unthinkable, a world of nightmares and dreamscapes. A world inhabited by the living and the dead.
The Vampire in the Iron Mask: Spinoza is a private investigator who specializes in finding the missing. He's good at what he does. Damn good. But he's also a recovering alcoholic and a royal mess. Now determined to redeem his troubled soul, Spinoza won't let his personal demons - or demons of any kind - stop him from finding the missing. In this third and final Spinoza mystery, a worker at a popular medieval dinner theater hires Spinoza to find out the identity of one of his co-workers, a co-worker who's never been seen without an iron mask... and who just might be a real prisoner.
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By Debbie on 02-18-15
Spinoza And Vampires
What did you love best about The Spinoza Trilogy?
Spinoza is a great character. An investigator with a few demons of his own specializes in finding missing persons and in the course of a few of his cases he discovers the existence of vampires.
What other book might you compare The Spinoza Trilogy to and why?
I can't think of specific title to compare but this is a great fix for us J. R. Rain fans who love his stories, this does not disappoint.
Which scene was your favorite?
Contact with his son.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
A lost P.I. For the missing.
Any additional comments?
I do recommend. A very good trilogy.
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